Melissa Tehee

Helping American Indian Students Become Psychologists

APA member Melissa Tehee is one of fewer than 300 American Indian psychologists in the United States. Through her work at Utah State University, she’s helping support Indian students who are defying the odds to become psychologists.

It’s a natural fit for someone who grew up living a communal life. "That value, of giving back, is immersed in our culture," she says.

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Technology, Mind and Society: An Interdisciplinary Conference

The American Psychological Association will hold an interdisciplinary conference on Technology, Mind, and Society in Washington, DC, on April 5-7, 2018.

The conference will provide a venue for reporting and assessing current efforts to understand and shape the interactions of human beings and technology, for identifying priorities for future work, and for promoting exchange and collaboration among participants. Keynote talks will feature leading experts who work at the intersection of psychology and technology and represent contrasting perspectives and goals. The program will also include poster presentations and peer-reviewed paper presentations.

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“As an international psychologist, APA membership keeps me connected to a broader psychological community, and helps me form vital connections to further my career and the practice of psychology abroad.”
George Hu / Early Career Psychologist
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“APA publications and the annual conference allow me to stay up-to-date with the most current research. It also allows me to expand my interest.”
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Student Loan Management

IonTuition, a web-based service that helps you manage student loan repayment, is now available at no charge to all APA members as part of your membership.

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Plug into topic- and interest-based groups in one of APA's 54 divisions.

Division meetings provide an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues who share your professional interests.

APA’s 54 divisions are interest groups organized by members. Some represent subdisciplines of psychology (e.g., experimental, social or clinical) while others focus on topical areas such as aging, ethnic minorities or trauma.

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